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What is the Attorney Breakfast Club? Seats Available!

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

The Attorney Breakfast Club has the following seats available. For more information or to reserve your seat, please contact cdemoya@attorneybreakfastclub.com

Available Seats:

  • Appellate Law
  • Bankruptcy Law – SOLD
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Collections Law – SOLD
  • Commercial Bankruptcy
  • Commercial Litigation – SOLD
  • Construction Law – SOLD
  • Corporate Law – SOLD
  • Criminal Defense – SOLD
  • Disability Law
  • Elder Law – SOLD
  • Employment Law – SOLD
  • Entertainment Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law – SOLD
  • Foreclosure Defense Law
  • Insurance Defense – SOLD
  • Immigration Law – SOLD
  • International Law
  • Mass Torts/Class Action
  • Mediation – SOLD
  • Patent and Trademark Law – SOLD
  • Personal Injury Law – SOLD
  • Probate and Estate Law – SOLD
  • Real Estate Law – SOLD
  • Sports Law
  • Tax Law
  • Worker’s Compensation Law – SOLD

Don’t see your seat here? Contact us for information on how to create a specialized seat, cdemoya@abcfornetworking.com.

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Carnival’s New Ship “Vista” Features The World’s First Beer Brewery at Sea

Posted by on May 19, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Spencer Aronfeld

Carnival is the largest cruise line in the world and arguably the most competitive.  Not content to stay in the shadow of its biggest rival, Royal Caribbean, which just launched the largest cruise ship in the world, the Harmony of the Seas, Carnival is aiming to recapture the cruising public’s attention and dollars this summer […]

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Source: http://www.floridainjurylawyer-blog.com/2016/05/carnivals-new-ship-vista-features-the-worlds-first-beer-brewery-at-sea.html

  

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Tragedy Strikes for Family of Mother of 4 Who Fell Overboard Carnival’s Liberty Ship

Posted by on May 18, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Aronfeld Trial Lawyers

Tragedy struck once again aboard a cruise ship–this time for Samantha Bromberg, the 33-year-old wife of Karl Bromberg, the famous thoroughbred horse trainer. The mother of four was reported missing from the Carnival Liberty. which was en route from Galveston, Texas, to Cozumel on a four-day cruise.  The Liberty has a passenger capacity of nearly […]

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Source: http://www.floridainjurylawyer-blog.com/2016/05/tragedy-strikes-for-family-of-mother-of-4-who-fell-overboard-carnivals-liberty-ship.html

  

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A Mistake You Don’t Want to Make in Your Agreements

Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/S7a8Jezpbqw/ target=_blank >A Mistake You Don’t Want to Make in Your Agreements</a>

By Alexander Barthet

It is not uncommon for a company in the business of supplying concrete to use a pumper so that its concrete can get from the truck to the actual pour site. This happens most often when the concrete truck can’t drive close enough to where the concrete is needed.

Agreement with Unenforceable Provision

In one such instance, a concrete company rented a pumper and was using it at a job site when a construction worker was struck and injured by the pumper’s hose. Claims were filed against both the concrete company and the rental company that supplied the pumper. The rental company settled but then sought to recover from the concrete company what it paid out. How could it do that? It relied on the language in its rental agreement with the concrete company. That agreement included an indemnification clause, indemnifying the rental company from claims associated with the use of the pumper.

The concrete company resisted, something the rental company thought was foolish given the language within its rental agreement. But to the rental company’s surprise, the indemnity provision in its rental agreement was found to be unenforceable. It didn’t contain a dollar limit as to the concrete company’s potential liability, and without that limitation, this indemnification was considered too vague by the judge and wouldn’t be enforced.

A good result for the concrete company and a good lesson for all construction companies relying on agreements which may not have been reviewed by their construction lawyer. Not all those indemnification provisions are automatically enforceable.

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Ireland–Europe’s Hottest Cruise Ship Destination for 2016

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Spencer Aronfeld

Planning the family vacation for this summer?  We think you ought to consider cruising to Ireland–arguably Europe’s hottest cruise ship destination for 2016. In fact, Ireland is enjoying record-breaking visits from cruise passengers.  According to Cruise Lines International (CLIA), Ireland recorded nearly 2 million passengers last year, breaking the 2014 record by 145,000 with even […]

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Source: http://www.floridainjurylawyer-blog.com/2016/05/ireland-europes-hottest-cruise-ship-destination-for-2016.html

  

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The Screwdriver: There’s One in Every Toolbox

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/fh-tnJEc_I4/ target=_blank >The Screwdriver: There’s One in Every Toolbox</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Where would we be without it? More of a weapon when first developed in Europe during the middle ages, the screwdriver’s transition into a tool was very slow. This was because it was largely dependent on its counterpart, the screw, the metal version of which was not mass produced in the U.S. until the late 1700’s. Originally known as a turnscrew, the typical screwdriver found in America in the 1800’s had a pear shaped handle and a slotted screw blade. Often abused and substituted for other tools like chisels and crowbars, screwdrivers are today found in just about every home and most every industry.

The Phillips type screwdriver was designed and patented by who else, Henry Phillips, a traveling salesman and part time inventor. First used by General Motors in 1936 on its Cadillac assembly line, this self centering design became very popular in industrial manufacturing and automated production facilities.

Several months ago, a group of tool junkies rated the best screwdrivers, listing implements manufactured by Klein (U.S. made), Felo Ergonic (German made) and PB Swiss (obviously Swiss made) as some of the best out there.

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